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7, (7) where the Stagirite indicates that esse may be understood (1) as that which corresponds to the different predicaments or categories, or (2) as signifying that which is true and non-esse as signifying that which is false, or (3) it, along with "that which is" can signify either potency or act.
Finally, she describes Augustine's distinction of non-esse and esse as "nothing-something.

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